EDCH, formerly known as QVED
From question to statement –
from »Quo Vadis Editorial Design?« to »Editorial Changes!«
Europe’s largest Editorial Design Conference is changing, along with the object of its desire, yet it remains the venue for magazine mavens and anyone who always wanted to know more about life between the pages - for art directors and designers; for journalists and storytellers; for photographers, infographic designers and illustrators, for publishers, printers and any other magazine fans.
TO BE CONTINUED:
INCH, the sister conference of EDCH about Infographics
(formerly known as QVIG)
For the fifth time, players will present world-wide trends, as well as surprising counter-movements, and compelling transformations for today. Under the new name, EDCH, designers, journalists and publishers from all over the world will report on their current projects, provide insight into successful and failed ventures, and present examples of things that have inspired them. They bring together in the daily work of cross-media design things that have long been implicit in publishing and design - image and text, app and print, zeal and passion. EDCH is more than a conference for and by magazine makers – it’s pure inspiration for designers.
The sister conference for infographics will also be held in 2017 (QVIG becomes INCH). In addition, expect many workshops before and during the three-day conference, accompanying exhibitions, the EDCHopen on Saturday morning, and the "Kiosk Garden", a new venue for action and discussion in the foyer of the Alte Kongresshalle.
Magazines, newspapers, blogs and Internet posts, magalogs, e-mags and newsletters, independent and mass-friendly, niche and corporate – the E in EDCH means “editorial” in the strict sense of the term, and the conference guides you with relish through the media thicket, making its designers visible and noticeable.
Three conference days, packed with more than 60 speakers in keynote addresses, lectures and other sessions. Deep insight into magazine photography and illustration make the spectrum of storytelling levels very clear. The focus subject will be Korea, the partner country for the Munich Creative Business Week, as well as the MCBW motto “smart revolution”. Music will also play a big role – live as well as printed. And to cap it all off, of course, there will once again be the big conference party in the inimitable Kongressbar ...
EDCH and INCH will have simultaneous interpreters for German-English and English-German.
Curators and Organisers
The EDCH is curated and moderated by Boris Kochan, Horst Moser and Steven Watson,
in cooperation with co-curators Stefan Kiefer, Kati Krause and Jeremy Leslie.
Sister conference INCH is curated by Michael Stoll, Boris Kochan and Horst Moser.
The Editorial Design Conference is mounted by the non-profit EDCH Foundation e.V. in cooperation with the Typographische Gesellschaft München (tgm), and with the support of KOCHAN & PARTNER, and independent Medien-Design, as part of the Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW). It receives financial support from bayern design and the Bavarian state Ministry for Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology.
Prof. Lars Harmsen (*1964) is creative director and partner of Munich-based agency Melville Brand Design, professor for design and typography at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences & Art and head of Slanted Publishers. His focus lies on corporate and editorial design. In 1996 he founded Volcano-Type, a type foundry offering more than 200 different typefaces. In 2004 he launched the...
Penny Martin is a London based writer and editor. Since 2010, she has been editor in chief of the biannual women's magazine The Gentlewoman. Previously, she was editor in chief of SHOWstudio.com from 2001 to 2008 and a curator at both the Women’s Library (formerly The Fawcett Library) and The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television (now...
Veronica Ditting is an award-winning graphic designer and art director. Working out of her studio in Clerkenwell, London, she art directs the biannual women’s magazine The Gentlewoman as well as working with fashion houses, artists and art institutions, and architectural firms on a wide range of projects. These are characterised by a strong signature style that is exceptionally editorially-...
Born on July 1, 1946 in Stade, Germany, Stefan Aust was an editor at «konkret» magazine from 1966 until 1969. From 1970 until 1985, he worked as an editor at the NDR on various programmes, including the «Panorama» TV show. In 1988, he founded «SPIEGEL TV», the first private, political TV programme on German television, where he stayed as managing director until 2007. From 1994 until 2008,...
geboren am 24.11.1957 in Göttingen, aufgewachsen in Greetsiel, Ostfriesland.
Studium: Theater- und Medienwissenschaft, Germanistik und Geschichte an der FAU in Erlangen. In seiner Magisterarbeit »Die kybernetische Illusion« (1987), antizipierte er die Möglichkeit, Filme jeder Art vollständig mit dem Computer zu animieren. Er promovierte 1991 bei Theo Elm mit einer Arbeit über die...
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The Alte Kongresshalle (Old Congress Hall) has been a centre for public and private events since it was built in 1952/53. Set in grounds near Theresienwiese at the heart of Munich, the imposing building underwent extensive restoration and technical modernization by the Edith-Haberland-Wagner Stiftung in 2007 and is now an ideal setting where various kinds of individual events can be staged.
The main hall of the Alte Kongresshalle offers a space for concerts, conferences and congresses. The mezzanine gallery and hall gallery create the perfect atmosphere for smaller private or business events, while the stunning entrance foyer is a prestigious setting for gala evenings, premieres or receptions.
The outstanding feature of this heritage-protected and highly versatile event venue is its retro-futuristic architecture. Its severely simple and clean lines are continued throughout the interior and define the unique character of this landmark of Munich culture.
Alte Kongresshalle, Theresienhöhe 15, 80339 München